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Hello. We recently did a DTP project with 25 target languages. They were all worked on by the same designer. When it was time to issue the PO, the system wouldn't let me do it unless I created a PO for EACH language individually. I wanted to just have all languages in the same PO so I could issue a PO for the total amount for the vendor. Is that possible? Thank you!
I could not find a UE thread or release note on this topic. Is anyone aware whether this issue has finally been fixed in the latest 8.x patches?
While the settings allow to differentiate between System and User time zones, this has not worked since its inception. Example: System time zone is the time zone of headquarters. User time zone varies depending on where the branches and vendors are located, or where you are currently working from if traveling. IP sets the User time zone. But to avoid confusion when working over several time zones, the System time zone is supposed to standardize time entries (project planning, deadlines, vacation planning, work logs, etc.).
SInce the question about the word count was answered in a great way. I have a similar question for the margin. (We are using smart projects)
Would it be possible to create a VC on job level to get the margin for that language combination? This would help us checking the jobs.
Currently we report on margin on project level as a workaround.
A project has been created and a wrong Client has been associated to the project.
Is there a way to modify the "Client" when the project has been created?
I'm finding that it takes much longer than I expected to vet each individual new vendor's profile - this includes checking rates for services, viewing the attached resume/CV, looking up the vendor's professional website/LinkedIn profile, contacting references, etc. How long does it usually take VMs to vet vendors? Which sections do you make sure to view versus ignore until needed later, when the vendor is already working with you?
I have a question regarding the actual start date for a project that was started from a quote.
The current situation is: We receive a rfq, whe create a quote and some jobs in the process (file preparation jobs) need to be completed before we can do a wordcount and give the customer a price. So far so good. But when this client accepts this quote and places the order 5 days later. The project is created and the actual start date for that project is 5 days earlier.
Shouldn't this date be the date that the customer places the order, or even better the date that the first action in the project is performed after the order is placed?
We have some projects that don't work well with the available XTRF file categories:
Some examples are transcription projects, voiceover projects, and subtitling projects. It would be great to have the option to edit these, but we don't. Does anyone else deal with projects that don't fit these file types? Do you use the "Other" category frequently?
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